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Experienced holders of digital currencies know that investing in only one cryptocurrency is risky. Especially if it's not bitcoin. The fact is that the cryptocurrency industry so far can hardly be called reliable, and any altcoin can easily fall by 200-300% or even simply vanish. The only thing that helps to earn on cryptocurrencies quickly is automated trading either on Forex or cryptocurrency exchange. If you do not want to get engaged in auto trading, the only option that remains is to accumulate cryptocurrencies. To do this you need to figure out .

The most often recommended standard portfolio looks like this: half of the investment should be directed to BTC, 15% to ETH, 10-15% to Ripple, buy some Litecoin and Zcash. Of course, the rest of the portfolio is of primary interest. You can also buy less Bitcoins, more XRP, etc. Some traders recommend buying more Ethereum as it is believed that the rate of this cryptocurrency can fly up to $1000. Others think such forecasts have no solid foundation. In any case, it is hardly worth composing your digital portfolio with only bitcoins or, moreover, some other cryptocurrency. It is necessary to diversify your investments.

Currently, the BTC rate is $ 9,000, but you can’t be sure that at the end of the year it will not collapse to 3-4 thousand, as it happened in 2018. Even if Bitcoin does not collapse, it may just stop at its current mark. Then investing in it will not bring any profit. That's why you need to fill the portfolio with other promising digital currencies. On the other hand, optimism is caused by the fact that now in the world only one in one hundred people owns cryptocurrencies. It is safe to predict that in the future the number of token holders will increase. This will lead to an increase in the rate of most cryptocurrencies. If you buy a lot of different coins now, you can get significant dividends in the future.

In the cryptocurrency industry, there is a gradation of the risk of digital currencies. So, there are three major groups: with the lowest risk, these are the Top 10 tokens by capitalization, including Bitcoin, XRP, Ethereum, etc.; with medium risk - this is the Top 30 by capitalization; and with high risk - this is the Top 100. Everything beyond Top 100 can be considered shitcoins. In accordance with this, you can plan for investment. It is clear that if cryptocurrencies from the Top 10 by capitalization are included in the portfolio, then doubling of investments can be expected for a very long time. Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP can stagnate in one place for ages without any profit. An ordinary portfolio with relatively low risk consists of 70% of the Top 10 coins and another 30% of the Top 30 coins. Such a portfolio can double for many years.

That's why it is more profitable to compose a portfolio in other proportions, adding cryptocurrencies from the Top 100 to it. For example, a portfolio consisting of only a quarter of Top-10 tokens, 50% of Top 30 tokens, and another quarter of Top 100 tokens can be considered risky. Such proportions are most often used by experienced traders to get profit in a relatively short time. It is interesting to use the following trick: add to the portfolio half the cryptocurrencies, which usually grow with BTC, and fill the rest with cryptocurrencies, which usually fall with the growth of bitcoin. Such a portfolio is well suited for saving funds, but it is unlikely to yield significant profits.

In order to create an investment portfolio of cryptocurrencies at, you must first register on using the registration form. Then, after confirming the account via e-mail, you need to log in to the site. After that, you need to click the "Create" button in the section with cryptocurrency portfolios. Please fill in the fields “Portfolio title” and “Portfolio description”. The name and description of the portfolio should not violate the rules of the site. The portfolio description should be comprehensive and understandable. Then you should select the cryptocurrency from the list and click the green “Add button”. The cryptocurrency of your choice will appear in your portfolio. After that, you need to specify the percentage ratio (Amount,%) of this cryptocurrency in the portfolio. This step must be done for each cryptocurrency that you want to add to your portfolio. If necessary, remove a particular cryptocurrency from the portfolio, you can use the red “Remove” button. For your convenience, there is a search function in the window with a list of cryptocurrencies. If, after adding all the cryptocurrencies you selected, the “Summary” value is different from 100%, you need to edit the percentage so that the “Summary” is exactly 100%. After that you should press the blue “Save Changes” button. After checking your portfolio by the site moderator, the portfolio will appear in the appropriate section.

If you wish, you can leave feedback on the cryptocurrency portfolios of other members of our community. To do this, you need to go to the appropriate portfolio and click on the blue “Add \ Read Reviews” button. You will be redirected to the reviews page of the chosen portfolio. By clicking the green “Add Review” button, you must indicate your name or nickname in the “Author” field and write your review in the “Comment” field. Then click the “Add Review” button. After checking by the moderator, your review will appear in the appropriate section. Remember that your reviews should not violate the rules of the site.

When compiling a portfolio, you should understand how long is your investment period. If it is a month or a year, you should choose certain cryptocurrencies. And if investments are long-term, for example, for 10 years, it is better to choose other tokens. Roughly speaking, you can "invest" funds for one day, that is, simply trade on the exchange and make a profit from the difference in rates. However, this is a real job, which requires a lot of time, effort and knowledge. We are talking about long-term investments and a portfolio of at least a year. If the period is chosen, it is important to observe it in the future, that is, close the portfolio and go into profit at the scheduled time. Another thing to keep in mind is the rebalancing of the cryptocurrency portfolio. Depending on the situation, you should get rid of some assets and buy others. This is due to the need to comply with predetermined proportions of reliable and risky assets. The fact is that with long-term investment, cryptocurrencies can move from one category to another. We recommend checking the portfolio balance at least once a month, monitoring the market: buying new promising cryptocurrencies on time and getting rid of unreliable assets.

Rank Portfolio Change
1 myCryptoP0rt by Ether Sensei
Bitcoin has been on a sharp rise in 2019, quickly returning more than halfway towards its ATH. Even...
Oct 14, 2019
2 Top Development Platforms by fantA$T1C
This portfolio was organized with the idea of covering as many possibilities as possible when it...
Oct 30, 2019
3 3rd Generation Contenders by Big Cryptowski
I built up this portfolio by investing into some of the most popular coins in the last two years...
Oct 30, 2019
4 Rising Stars by StoicSoul
This is a relatively well-balanced portfolio, made with no top 10 largest cryptocurrencies, but...
Oct 30, 2019
5 Options with the Greatest Potential by RealSatoshi
While making this portfolio, my focus was on the coins that have a clear plan for the future. This...
Oct 30, 2019
6 Top 4 Underdogs by BlockGeek
I have decided to spread my investment equally across these four cryptocurrencies, with VET being...
Oct 30, 2019
7 Most Technologies by Cau$alitie$
My decision is to invest 40% into XRP, 30% into Stellar, and 30% into IOTA. The reason why I...
Oct 30, 2019
8 "Ethereum killers" by dontwa$tenoney
With the question of 'Ethereum killer' still in the air, I believe that TRON, EOS, and Cardano are...
Oct 30, 2019
9 Binance’s Choice by k1ngArtur
My decision is to invest 40% into TRON, 40% into Binance Coin, and 20% into BitTorrent. All...
Oct 30, 2019
10 Bitcoinless experience by AlwaysInGreen
I was considering the best way to make a Bitcoin-less portfolio, and I decided that I should...
Oct 30, 2019
11 Good Performers by Karl0$0n
I choose to put 50% into Bitcoin Cash. BCH has had an excellent performance in 2019, after barely...
Oct 31, 2019
12 The more - the merrier by J54Robinson
My decision to invest 30% into Bitcoin is likely a predictable and understandable move. The coin...
Oct 30, 2019
13 Safety in diversity by J1n Ba0
I believe that Bitcoin is an obvious choice for every portfolio. Whether you want to HODL or trade...
Oct 30, 2019
14 Playing it safe by Ghost Trader
My goal was to create a diversified portfolio that will include safe investments, but also take a...
Oct 30, 2019
15 Popular Choices by ArBDun
With Bitcoin being the most dominant coin in the crypto market, I would definitely consider it the...
Oct 30, 2019
16 The Game-Changers by $tayCrypto
In order to reduce potential losses, I choose to put half of my investment into Bitcoin. The reason...
Oct 30, 2019
17 Old but Gold by pennythewi$e
I chose to play it safe with my portfolio, and only invest with the strongest cryptocurrencies with...
Oct 30, 2019
18 Top performers by BinaryMan
The decision to put 60% into Bitcoin comes from the fact that Bitcoin remains the largest and most...
Oct 30, 2019
19 Bullish on Bitcoin by CryptoCarlos
Since I'm a firm believer in the Bitcoin family, I have decided to make a portfolio that will...
Oct 30, 2019
20 The most useful crypto pair by Mime$i$Template$
Bitcoin will, obviously, dominate my portfolio. With 70% of the investment going into BTC, there is...
Oct 30, 2019

Top 10 Portfolio Authors

Author Portfolio Change, %
1 StoicSoul 98.04%
2 BlockGeek 33.28%
3 fantA$T1C 20.52%
4 Ether Sensei 8.20%
5 Big Cryptowski 7.95%
6 RealSatoshi 0.67%
7 BinaryMan -1.98%
8 ArBDun -2.02%
9 J54Robinson -2.04%
10 Ghost Trader -2.14%

Top 10 Cryptocurrencies

Price, USD 24h 7 days
Bitcoin 9 042.920 -0.51% -0.88%
Ethereum 225.320 -0.58% -0.28%
Tether 1.000 0.17% -0.06%
XRP 0.176 -0.94% -1.57%
Bitcoin Cash 219.780 -1.01% -1.16%
Bitcoin SV 153.400 -0.38% -3.01%
Litecoin 41.320 -0.74% -0.52%
Cardano 0.095 -3.14% 19.03%
Binance Coin 15.390 -0.15% 0.05% Chain 0.130 2.14% 8.72%


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To go all-in on altcoins can be considered a risky, if not reckless, decision because the altcoins wouldn't be able to get out from under Bitcoin's heavy foot with BTC dominance currently at 69.16% and rising. However, if the portfolio owner is willing to arm himself with a great deal of patience and wait for the next altseason, then this choice could be viable. Litecoin is past its second halving, which will reflect positively on its price in the coming months; EOS possesses superb fundamentals reflected in its price; LINK has had a tremendous price spike this year, then had a correction and it now likely to be trading sideways for a long time.

The inclusion of BNB is a crypto portfolio is a prudent decision that every wise investor/trader should have made over the course of the current year. Binance Coin performed immensely strongly during the first half of the year, losing its momentum a bit during the summer. Nevertheless, holding BNB is great in a mid to long-term run as it possesses the potential to reach $60+ in the next few years. In short, BNB is a must-have coin. It is evident that the portfolio owner believes in TRON Foundation and shaped his selection accordingly. I think that it is a good choice since both coins have good fundamentals and potential for growth.

This portfolio is guaranteed to bring its owner quite a tidy profit, mainly because it is comprised mostly of Bitcoin which, as things stand, represent a sure bet. Although we've been witnessing a steep correction of Bitcoin and altcoins over the last month and a half, there is little doubt that BTC will remain bullish in the long run. As for the rest of the portfolio, I would have allocated a larger percentage of it to Binance Coin. Whilst Ethereum remains one of the main players, it's BNB that has been displaying superb gains this year. It's definitely aiming for the Top 5 spot, so if I was up to me, I would have rationed this portfolio the following way: 60% - BTC, 20% - ETH, 20% - BNB.

I admire the strong focus and evident belief that the portfolio owner has in privacy coins. It is clear that all major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc.) have failed to deliver on their promise of assuring total privacy and impossibility of tracing transactions. There is already a number of forensic tools, such as Chainalysis, which provide means for tracking Bitcoin transactions. And with the ever-toughening crypto regulation, many cryptos will be pressured into giving up its anonymity feats. Once that happens, the demand, and thus the value, of Verge and Monero would surge significantly. As for the other coins, TRX is definitely a good choice due to its fundamentals while the viability of NEO and ADA remains doubtful.

I could label this portfolio as a sure one. Needless to say that Bitcoin must constitute a significant part of any crypto portfolio since it currently represents the best store of value, apart from the physical gold. Litecoin just went past the halving and dipped a bit, but all indications are that LTC will reach $200 by the end of the year. Therefore, I think that the portfolio ratio should have been tipped in the favor of Litecoin because Litecoin Foundation has been very active this year, having secured multiple partnership deals, which will ultimately affect the price in a positive way.

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